Here at Hilden Lodge, we are lucky enough to have Cheltenham on our doorstep which among other nationally recognised events, hosts the acclaimed Cheltenham Music Festival. The yearly event was first held in June/July 1945, making it one of the oldest music festivals in the UK.
The event runs from the 1st to the 17th of July so you’ll be hard pushed to see everything, however, here are a few must-sees as chosen by us.
The Cotswolds is one of the most quintessentially English regions of the UK. It covers an area of 790 square miles making it the largest officially designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Sweeping countryside, historic market towns and beautiful views are just some of the many things that keep tourists flocking into the region. Here are a few places that are worth seeing if you’re visiting the Cotswolds:
Cheltenham is a spa town steeped in history and culture. It plays host to some renowned events such as the Gold Cup, Cheltenham jazz festival, the literature festival and most importantly, Cheltenham food and drink festival. Every year in June, people travel from across the nation to enjoy the finer things in life.